What ultimately makes us human is that we actively shape our surroundings. Whether clothing, tools or furniture – when we make them ourselves, they all inevitably reflect our identity. In today’s society, however, we typically consume products that were designed and produced by other people.
In doing so, the identities of others are superimposed on us. In this workshop, course participants design and build a chair themselves. Even if all furniture has the same basic design, the individual identities of the participants will be reflected in subtleties. The items produced will be presented in a small exhibition as part of the Design Month.
Everyone who enjoys working with their hands is welcome!